As Autumn gets into full swing, and Winter approaches, here are a few announcements to be aware of:
- Students WILL be outside! Even in cold weather, all students walk to the cafeterias, students travel between buildings, and Elementary students have outside recess. Please make sure your students are dressed appropriately for the weather.
- Thanksgiving Break will be Monday November 20th through Friday November 25th. No classes will be held.
- Semester Tests for the Middle School and High School will be held Thursday December 15th and Friday December 16th.
- The First Semester will end on Friday December 19th with Fall Report Cards issued on January 6th.
- Christmas Break will be held Monday December 21st through Friday December 30th. Students will return to class on Monday January 2nd.
Trav's Wild Weather Camp Visits Dewey Elementary
The Dewey Elementary School was privileged to have Travis Myers and his Channel 6 team on campus discussing weather and weather safety. A big thank you to the entire "Trav's Wild Weather Camp" team, especially Radar the Weather Dog, for taking time to visit with us!
A big thank you to Dr. Bulleigh from Dewey Dental for providing a HS/MS Staff meal for Parent Teacher Conferences. Community support means so much for our school.
Lady Dogger Volleyball Wins on "Pink Out" Night
The Lady Doggers hosted Oklahoma Union for its annual Pink Out game. After losing the first set, Dewey rallied back to win a close five set match. Thanks for showing your support for them, and for Christian Smith, Dewey 1st grader. This year's effort raised more than $1800 dollars.
Congratulations to Tanya Moody!!
Dewey Public Schools Teacher of the Year
Dewey Public Schools would like to congratulate Tanya Moody, 2nd grade teacher, on being selected as Dewey Public Schools 2016 Teacher of the Year. Tanya has been teaching at Dewey since 1999 and taught at Bowring Public Schools prior to that. Tanya received the selection by first being honored by her peers in the elementary school as their teacher of the year. After that honor, Tanya was chosen by a committee as the district teacher of the year among 3 candidates, Travis Ruble (MS) and Dan Close (HS). Tanya states that her family most influenced her to become a teacher, specifically her grandmother and aunt. She has earned a Master’s Degree in Reading and is National Board Certified. Tanya believes the best best way to strengthen and improve the teaching profession is to continually try to improve herself as an educator.
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